New Delhi, Jan 29 (PTI) As India prepares to unveil a new set of buildings, the government has taken an unusual tack, in that it is putting the entire process on hold, at least for the time being.

This is a move that is unprecedented in the country’s history, and will probably go down in history as the most bizarre move ever made by a government.

The decision was announced in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and was seen as a response to a growing demand among local governments for building materials that are not yet available in India.

But it’s not just local governments that are facing this shortage.

The government has also asked private contractors to find more affordable materials.

India’s most senior officials have been saying that the government should take a hard look at its infrastructure.

And they have been talking about how to do so in a way that is more environmentally friendly, without going too far into the “bulk” and “bunk” nature of construction.

The government, which is expected to announce its infrastructure plan at the end of January, has been asked to do a much deeper look at the matter.

In the meantime, it has ordered a review of its existing infrastructure to make sure it is “green and sustainable.”

“The government is considering whether it should undertake a long-term analysis of its infrastructure in the wake of the implementation of its ambitious infrastructure plans,” a government official told The Times.

“If so, a detailed review will be carried out on its current infrastructure,” the official said.

The decision to pause the construction process comes after a series of reports suggesting that the infrastructure ministry is in a state of disarray.

The ministry has faced criticism for its handling of the Kargil conflict, and has also been accused of not addressing concerns over the countrys energy crisis.

The lack of new construction has been compounded by the government’s failure to address the need to build affordable housing in India, a challenge that is also growing.

In an interview with CNN India last month, the prime minister, Narendra Modi , said the government was facing a “climate of crisis,” and had to act urgently.

The Modi government, however, has come under heavy criticism for not addressing the issue.

Earlier this month, former chief economic adviser Subramanian Swamy called on the prime Minister to take a stand on the issue, and to give priority to affordable housing.

On Wednesday, the Prime Minister’s Office said that it would hold a public meeting on the problem in the next few days.

“It is important to note that the Government has a strong focus on building the economy and the people of India,” the office said in a statement.

“This is our priority.

We will address this matter in the context of our priorities,” it added.

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